And I think most people here assume that I think every one of those points is a deal-breaker and should be a permanent obstacle for communion. Yet I never said such a thing, and in fact, I recognize that there are priorities to each item, yet each item is evidence of the schism and should be resolved eventually, though some take precedence over the others.
If they're not a deal-breaker, then they're not necessary for reunion to happen.
4, 6, 7, 8, 12, 15, 16, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27 from the dirst list and 2, 5, 6 (my church faces literal NW), 8, and 9 (theirs is actually better than ours but I submit to celebrating with the Church) can all be sen as cultural expressions. They really should be non-issues, and there are another handful of issues that shouldn't be absolutely condemned but reevaluated and reformulated to be understood within an Orthodox context and not held as being universally dogmatic (post schism councils for example).
I think that people use that "oh, couldn't it just be a difference between rites" issue to try to shuffle it under the table... Different rites does NOT mean totally different expressions in the same church. (for example, like the Roman Rite & Eastern Rite in the RCC) Different rites, in my mind, equals subtle differences, like between EO and OO. Our Churches have different "rites", but they are very strikingly similar, and very little is divergent.
Do you not recognize that the West had correct iconography until after the schism? Even then, it didn't diverge until shortly after the schism, just look at Francis of Assisi's crucifix...
In the ancient church you had the Byzantine Rite, the Gallican Rite, the Celtic Rite, the Roman Rite, the Mozarabic rite, as well as the other Eastern Rites and Western Rites not mentioned.
Yet at that point, they didn't have the massive differences that currently exist between the Eastern Rites and the Roman Rite. Variation between rites doesn't mean they are completely different from one another, but have slight differences.
So quit trying to sweep these issues under the rug by trying to brand them as "cultural differences" and "differences between rites"... That's just complete bull and you know it, unless you want the Orthodox Church to become like the Roman Catholic Church and exist in a bi-polar nature (such as with the Roman Rite and the Eastern Rite)...